The focus was mainly on privacy, and the history of /e/ is well explained. Other projects also got some spotlight: Volla, Ubuntu Touch, Mudita Pure
Edit: the article is paywalled, sorry for getting your hopes up. I see it as a signal for mainstream appeal of /e/. The content of the article is well known for anybody in this forum. It’s giving an overview of parties involved and no indepth review of /e/ or the other alternatives itself.
Article protected by SZ Plus payment barrier.
Is this article worth reading and a 24-hour SZ Plus access for €1.99?
bad link. Only able to read with payment. It’s a no go
It is not a bad link, it is a good one and a gogo. Nothing is for free and I thought that’s why we are all here. If you want freedom and democracy then you have to pay for it. Best would be if you buy a subscription to read the article and also monthly donate to the /e/ foundation - because our beloved privacy focused OS also isn’t magically made by people who don’t need an income for a living.
If it’s featured in the print edition tomorrow, you can read it via blendle.com for 45-85 eurocent
you can get the article there since Feb 3rd by searching for the author or the title “Datensammeln verboten” or any other string from the preview text
Thank you for your renewed attention. I’ve read this article in its entirety.
Attentive /e/Forum users have also read this kind of information dozens of times in similar articles. Some lines of text remind me of a paste & copy action.
Being an enthusiast myself, getting a read on how my special interest is presented to a general audience by a professional writer has a self reflective effect
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